A Memorial Day challenge to "make their courage, our courage ... their commitment, our commitment."
After 20 years in the Army, former First Sgt. Eddie Miller was in and out of addiction, homeless on the streets of Miami.
Fifteen homeless Veteran families will have a chance to move into permanent housing at next weekend's Miami Homeless Veterans Stand Down thanks to an initiative funded by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
Despite providing affordable homes to thousands since 1993, Florida's largest developer of supportive housing says more resources are needed to meet the goal of ending homelessness.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is investing $300 million to end homelessness for America's Veteran families, such as this father and son in Miami.
Ending homelessness for Veterans is not just about housing – healthy, stable relationships matter too
Ending homeless for America's veterans is not just about stable, affordable housing. Evidence-based skills training for creating and sustaining healthy, lasting relationships with family members, neighbors and co-workers is also vital to their long-term success.
During a company retreat in Miami, American Income Life executives and their spouses help formerly homeless South Florida Veterans get a fresh start.